Bright white walls create a clean backdrop for this pretty teen's bedroom. Touches of soft blue and bright pink are sprinkled throughout the space for color, and a beaded chandelier adds a fun, textured touch to the room.
The ultimate girl's room, this bedroom features floral wallpaper in gray, pink and green that sets the tone for the color scheme. Black is a lovely contrast that adds drama to the space and makes the room feel more sophisticated for a teen girl.
The white side table and flokati rug balance out the bold colors used in this sophisticated room designed for a teen. A wingback chair with curvy lines and subtle houndstooth upholstery is a traditional counterpoint to the modern accents and paisley wallpaper.
The classic brown and blue color scheme and great contemporary design of this boy's bedroom can work from childhood into teen years. Tan walls and natural light keep the room bright while a powder blue ceiling adds a beautiful color accent. The striped covers on the bunk beds echo the color scheme and liven up the room.
A black bed frame and white duvet make a chic combination in this girls' room, promising to grow with the teen even into college. Colorful pillows not only allow her to easily try out new styles, but their bohemian flair also perfectly complements the nod to Paris on the wall.
Designer Claire Paquin created a little girl's bedroom with room to grow by using a neutral color palette and adding pops of colors for fun. The design remains sophisticated enough to grow into teen years but still functions well for a 3-year-old child. The rug and walls are in soft gray tones, and upholstered armchairs are comfortable and inviting.
Bright, textured chairs and a mural make a hangout space the energetic spot it deserves to be for kids and teens. The modern lounge chairs and sofa table have softened and curved edges. The spiraling hoops on the chandelier are eye-catching and fit with the circular elements in the mural and seating. The room by Jo Rabaut Designs, Southface and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta was in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse.
Converting a home office into a bedroom meant designer Jennifer Foster to had to furnish the room again. Her designer tip in these situations is to purchase big-ticket items from decor collections for teens, which are typically cheaper. To save money on this renovation, Foster turned to home decor retailers and online outlets. The canopy bed cost less than $1,000, and the white bedding is just the right base to switch out the raspberry accessories when it’s no longer a favorite hue.